Apple reportedly Stepping Up augmented reality glasses development

Apple logoApple has long been said to have an interest in augmented reality, even the company has hinted that much, and considering that it hasnt done anything to bring the joys of virtual reality to iPhone owners it may be more interested in the other technology. According to a new report, Apple is now stepping up its efforts by setting aside more resources for development with the idea of eventually shifting it from a research project to an actual consumer product.

The Financial Times reports today that Apples augmented reality glasses project has overtaken Project Titan which is believed to be Apples self-driving car project. AR is apparently Apples next big priority now after the iPhone.

Apple reportedly Stepping Up augmented reality glasses development

Previous reports suggest that Apple is developing a pair of lightweight augmented reality glasses in partnership with Carl Zeiss. The glasses would need to be paired with another device like an iPhone to be used for the intended purpose. It was claimed that Apple has hundreds of engineers working on this project.

However, the company hasnt really confirmed or denied anything about its augmented reality plans. The report itself claims, citing sources familiar with Apples plans, that even though development activity has picked up a retail launch of such a product may be more than a year away.

Source: Ubergizmo

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